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Buying your first home

We know that buying a first home can seem daunting. That's why we lined up a panel of top experts to answer your questions. So, whether you're buying your first home or helping someone else buy theirs, watch our videos to find out what you need to know.

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George Clarke

Panellist: Architect and Presenter

Miles Shipside

Panellist: Commercial Director of Right Move

Craig McKinlay

Panellist: Mortgages Director at Lloyds Bank

Holly Thomas

Panellist: Personal Financial Journalist

Sarah Smith

Panellist: Compare Channel 4 News

Buying your first home


Who should buy and is now the right time?


First steps to getting a mortgage


Help to Buy Scheme


What and where to buy?


Researching Properties


The extra costs



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Mortgages for the self-employed


Buying with friends

Making an offer


Extra tips



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Getting a mortgage through your business


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